Each day, The MMA Corner will provide a recap of results, event announcements, fight match-ups, and injuries/cancellations from throughout the world of MMA.

MFC 38 boasts three title fights

Maximum Fighting Championship will have the heavyweight, middleweight, and bantamweight belts on the line for its MFC 38: Behind Enemy Lines card.

Smealihno “The Prince” Rama will face Anthony “Freight Train” Hamilton for the vacant heavyweight title. “Smilen” Sam Alvey meets Jason “The Mover” South also for a vacant belt at 185 pounds. And Anthony Birchak competes against Tito Jones for MFC’s inaugural bantamweight strap.

MFC 38 goes down Oct. 4 from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and will air live on AXS TV.

Source: The MMA Corner

UFC on Fox 8 drug test results

Ten fighters from the July 27 UFC on Fox 8 card were tested for drugs, steroids, and performance-enhancers by the Washington State Department of Licensing and they all came up clean.

The two main event fighters, flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson and challenger John Moraga passed their screenings. As did the other fighters tested from throughout the card: Rory MacDonald, Jessica Andrade, Mac Danzig, Daron Cruickshank, Ed Herman, Germaine de Randamie, Aaron Riley, and Yaotzin Meza.

Source: MMA Junkie

Cris “Cyborg” Justino booked for Muay Thai fight

Former Strikeforce women’s featherweight champion and current Invicta featherweight champion, Cris “Cyborg” Justino will return the the ring on Sept. 20 but not for an MMA bout.

The lady Brazilian accepted a Muay Thai bout against Martina Jindrova for the Lion Fight 11 event in Las Vegas.

Source: Sherdog

Dillashaw vs. Assuncao re-booked

Possible bantamweight contenders T.J. Dillashaw and Raphael Assuncao have been re-booked for UFC Fight Night 28 on Oct. 9.

Source: MMA Fighting

Photo: Sam Alvey(Jacob Bos/Sherdog)

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David Massey studied Humanities and Art History at the University of Central Oklahoma. He first found interest in MMA from the first TUF show and has been hooked ever since. He began posting on mmajunkie then submitting Sunday Junkie entries and that began his interest in writing about MMA. Through twitter David found other MMA enthusiasts and began contributing articles to marqueemma.com. He looks forward to growing as a writer and being a part of the sport he loves.